Newsletter February 2014

NEWS FROM YOUR LIBRARY

Will this winter ever end?   If you're looking for something to get you through cabin fever time, come check out your Library for some great books—books that can take you to exotic and warm places or how-to books to help you learn a new skill.  We have lots of choices.  Plus we have four public access computers for your use.  These are especially helpful now that tax time is rolling around.

While Bradford Days and our Annual Book Sale are still months away, why not use these snowed in/ cold days to go through your bookshelves and bring those discarded books to us.  We are always collecting for our Sale.  And don't forget, we take all used ink cartridges and cellphones which provide us with some additional funds.

We have again purchased a pass to the Maine Discovery Museum.  This pass allows a family of four to go to the museum for free.  The number of users has declined over the last few years.  And with all the increased costs of keeping the Library open, we may not be able to purchase this pass next year.  Using this pass saves your family $30.  If you would like to see us continue to make it available, come take advantage of it and possibly help us out with a donation.

New Arrivals

Sabrina's Man by Gilbert Morris                                              Hunted by Karen Robards

The Gods of Guilt by Michael Connelly                                  Cinders a Chicken Cinderella by Jan Brett

Death Trade by Jack Higgins                                       First Love by James Patterson

Caroline Series from American Girl                             Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers  

Innocence by Dean Koontz                                         Fear Nothing by Lisa Gardner 

Books 4-8 of Jeff Kinney's Wimpy Kid Diary series

Library Hours:  Wednesday 5-7 & Saturday 10-3, Ph. 327-2923, 327-2111(Librarian)